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The world’s fastest ever graphic card, Nvidia’s RTX 3090, has been officially announced and it’s going to be a beast. However, to take full advantage of its abilities, why not upgrade the GPU together with the fastest ever Windows which is Windows 10? You not only get high speed performance with Windows 10 and Nvidia’s RTX 3090 together but you also secure your PC and make it more efficient to run with Windows 10. Continue reading Nvidia’s RTX 3090 comes, why not update GPU together with cheapest Windows 10 around $8?
As you may have noticed, we’ve had a lot of articles for Crysis Remastered these past two days. And, to be honest, this was to be expected. Crysis Remastered was one of the most anticipated games of 2020 on the PC. Therefore, and before benchmarking the game, we’ve decided to re-install the original Crysis game and compare these two versions. Continue reading Crysis Remastered is not based on the original PC 2007 version, has worse PC controls
As we’ve already reported, Crysis Remastered suffers from some awful CPU optimization issues on the PC. The game uses DX11 and VKray extension on top of it (in order to support hardware-accelerated Ray Tracing), and uses the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. However, we can all agree that the game can look absolutely gorgeous in 4K when maxed out. Continue reading Crysis Remastered can look gorgeous in 4K/”Can it Run Crysis?”
Weekend content once more! In the sixth episode of Gaming After Dark we discuss the ominous Halo: Infinite delay, Gamescom being a nothing-burger and Mass Effect Remastered rumors.
Continue reading Gaming After Dark Episode 6
Earlier today, Guerrilla Games released the first PC patch for Horizon Zero Dawn and apparently some gamers have lost their saved games. Thankfully, your saved games are not completely gone and there is an easy way to restore them. Continue reading Here is how you can restore your saved games in Horizon Zero Dawn
Weekend content once more! In the fifth episode of Gaming After Dark we discuss the somewhat disastrous Halo: Infinite demo, Microsoft’s struggles generically in managing their first party studios and output, Uncharted and the potential for Sony to port more games to PC after Horizon.
Continue reading Gaming After Dark Episode 5
Bandai Namco has just released an official Fast & Furious game on the PC, Fast & Furious Crossroads. Fast & Furious Crossroads uses the Madness Engine and was developed by Slightly Mad Studios and Tigon Studios. However, this is a really awful port with numerous issues. Continue reading Fast & Furious Crossroads is a bad port with frequent drops below 60fps in 4K on NVIDIA RTX2080Ti
Horizon Zero Dawn has just been released on the PC and for the past two hours I’ve been playing it. And, since I know that most of you will want to know how the game performs, I have some good news for you. While the game is quite demanding, it can run smoothly on NVIDIA’s fastest graphics card at 1440p and on Ultimate Ultra settings. Continue reading Horizon Zero Dawn does not have Denuvo, constant 70fps at Ultimate Ultra/1440p on NVIDIA RTX2080Ti
Hellpoint is a new sci-fi Souls-like action RPG that just came out on the PC. The game uses the Unity Engine and since tinyBuild has provided us with a review code, we’ve decided to report on the quality of the PC version. Continue reading Hellpoint PC Report + 4K Ultra Screenshots
Koei Tecmo Games and GUST Studios have just released FAIRY TAIL on the PC. These two teams have previously worked on Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout. As we’ve reported, the PC port of Atelier Ryza was awful. And, as the title suggests, FAIRY TAIL PC is in most regards as bad as Atelier Ryza PC. Continue reading FAIRY TAIL PC Port is almost as bad as Atelier Ryza, does not support mouse look